- Myanmar to allow tourists through Kayin border
- Peninsula group to open hotel in Yangon
- French firm to invest in Myanmar’s tourism industry
- Japanese business travellers flock to Myanmar
- Tourists to Inle region surge 50 percent
- Inle floating market nearly disappearing
- Mandalay to build 20 hotels providing over 1400 rooms
- More passports issued in this summer
- Myanmar starts online tour guide services
- Discovering traditional water festival in Myanmar
The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism has introduced a special rate cap of US$50 per night for accommodations during the upcoming Southeast Asia (SEA) Games late this year, an official at the ministry said.
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 January 2013 16:12
Myanmar Ministry of Religious Affairs has relaxed its policy allowing all travelling agencies to provide service for Bodh Gaya trip, according to the Union of Myanmar Travel Association (UMTA).
Last Updated on Sunday, 20 January 2013 22:24
The southeastern state of Kayin is beginning to find its way on to the itinerary of international visitors, with local guides saying several hundred are visiting weekly compared to almost none last year.
Last Updated on Saturday, 19 January 2013 10:21
The sales of Myanmar handmade souvenirs shops in Bogyoke Aung San Market hit an unprecedented heigh during this high season
Last Updated on Saturday, 19 January 2013 18:12
The Ministry of Culture recently announced that any construction in Bagan Ancient Cultural Heritage Zone could only take place after an application for construction had been registered and then approved in accordance with rules and regulations.
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 January 2013 19:47